Vegas does not realy have it's own culture. It's the biggest melting pot you'll find in the area(behind LA). the only culture we have to offer is the unique effect of the gaming machines on the people who live here. Which is...it makes us more moody when we are in a casino. So if you see some pissed off...they live here.
I do have some rules.
If I post a place, I've been there!! If I recommend a hotel, I know that hotel!! AND I only put 'I will be there' next to places I am going SOON. No dreaming -- this is my real life!
I rate exactly as I see it. So, yes I've actually given a 'not very helpful' rating -- but otherwise this is just a game for people.
I love this site but do not want to abuse it.
your friend in Travel. -- Greg
I found the American people very friendly & helpful, & the service given to tourists was the best. Even stopping for fuel or snack to eat in remote areas, the friendliness was welcoming. I even stopped a Police Motorcyclist for directions, but ended up chatting for nearly an hour. The friendliness of the people added greatly to the holiday.
A big 'THANK YOU ALL' Americans for ensuring we enjoyed our holiday.
This is a postcard with the locations of the various Native American People. We didn't have enough time to learn or see a Reservation on this trip, but want to learn for the next one (Sept 2002).